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Poster: glenn Date: Jan 29, 2005 7:51am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Slow Dowloading Speeds

As long as you don't use it, IE is harmless. There is some solution Microsoft provides to remove it completely, but if you just delete the shortcuts to it, and make your other browser the default browser (option during the installation) it won't bother you any more. My only big gripe with it is that it uses up system resources while it's running, and never reallocates memory back to you. I recommend if you do use IE, you reboot before downloading or burning or any RAM-intensive activity.